Title, I have already maxed out my ROTH IRA for the year, no debts, have an emergency fund. My employer 401k doesn’t kick in until I have been with the company for a year, I will be there for a year in June. Should I hold off on investing in my taxable brokerage account for these 3 months so that I can have more money to max out my 401k quicker 3 months from now?
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- Previous I was under the assumption paying estimated taxes ahead of time will affect your taxes due upon filing?
How much can you save, in total, before 12/31/22?
If > $20,500, then taxable brokerage (rIRA first) for everything over 20.5k. If <= $20,500 then bank the money to maximize the 401k space in the 7 months it will be available.
I’d set the money aside in a savings account then invest it in your 401k after it kicks in. The amount of interest you’ll earn in those 3 months is negligible, and won’t really bother you in taxes.
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